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|23/05 9:57 pm||Early Adopters Love Their Apple AirPods |
According to a recent survey, 98 percent of AirPod owners are very satisfied or satisfied with Apple's headphones.
|21/05 7:40 pm||Does Android Wear Have a Future? |
Long delayed and increasingly restricted, Android Wear has an uncertain future.
|20/05 8:06 pm||Scared of Driverless Cars? Here, Look at This Screen |
Waymo will show messages to 'help ease passengers' concerns' when they're no longer in control.
|20/05 8:14 am||At I/O, Android Takes Backseat to Machine Learning |
As Google puts its machine learning at the forefront, Android is just another platform.
|New Features Make Google Home a Worthy Echo Rival |
Google raises the bar for its Home device by correcting some of its initial missteps.
|18/05 8:13 pm||Cookies Are the Original Ransomware |
If we didn't let browsers track our every digital move, ransomware wouldn't exist.
|17/05 10:11 pm||After WannaCry, Should You Worry About Ransomware? |
Modern encrypting ransomware mostly targets businesses, because of their deep pockets. How worried should you be about protecting your own computers?
|17/05 7:06 am||How Marcel Proust Is Going Digital |
The University of Illinois commemorates the centennial of the First World War by digitizing the work of Marcel Proust.
|Alexa Is Nice, But Silicon Valley Should Focus on AR, Not Voice |
Although voice-activated platforms like Alexa will continue to grow and be important, it is my sense that AR is really the platform to watch.
|14/05 8:09 am||Fire Pro Wrestling World Finds a Perfect Home on PC |
A game that heavily leans on community customization is destined for great things on the PC.
|Autonomous Vehicles: As Disruptive as the Internet? |
A study predicting the impact of driverless cars reads like a replay of the advent of the internet.
|11/05 9:59 pm||Self-Driving Cars: Revolutionary, But Too Polite |
Driverless vehicles will likely be too cautious around humans, giving them the right of way in every circumstance, possibly creating new traffic problems.
|With Cortana Speaker, Microsoft Is Again Late to the Party |
The Microsoft Cortana-powered Harman Kardon Invoke has its benefits, but Amazon's Echo lineup might be too big to topple. Redmond has no one to blame but itself.
|11/05 7:17 am||High Fashion to Amazon: You Can't Sit With Us |
With Cathy Beaudoin's departure, Amazon Fashion should embrace the fact that it doesn't have front-row status.
|10/05 9:19 am||Augmented Reality Is Here, But Did You Notice? |
Augmented reality has arrived thanks to some creative developers and your smartphone camera.
|6/05 10:44 pm||On Self-Driving Cars, Apple Has Some Catching Up to Do |
Recent signs suggest the company is lagging in the self-driving car development race.
|5/05 7:06 am||The IoT: This Generation's Island of Misfit Toys |
Smart homes will only take off at outrageous prices because millennials didn't suffer enough as children. Yeah, you heard me.
|Surface Laptop: Is Microsoft Ready to Eat Apple's School Lunch? |
Microsoft has gone all in on hardware. This approach worked for Apple, but can the Surface Laptop replace the MacBook Air in people's hearts and minds?
|2/05 10:10 pm||In a Mobile-First World, Don't Forget the PC |
Prioritize mobile, but don't forget that customers spend many hours per day in front of their PCs.
|1/05 6:49 am||The Future of Assistive Tech Is Smart |
From Braille smartwatches to GPS-enabled shoes, connected tech is changing the game for people with disabilities. Our May cover story explores the new world of smart assistive technology.
|29/04 9:28 pm||Our Rosy Outlook on Driverless Cars Needs a Reality Check |
A utopian view of driverless cars eradicating traffic and accidents may miss the mark.
|Nintendo Switch Has My Gaming PC Covered in Dust |
I'll return to my beast rig in the future, but Nintendo Switch is my go-to platform at the moment.
|27/04 9:29 pm||Fake News Is Just the Start of the Web's Attack on Reality |
When you can create 'real' voices as easily as Photoshopping images, we're all in trouble.
|26/04 8:40 am||Apple's Diabetes Monitor Needs to Be Affordable, Non-Invasive |
If Apple tackles this area, its solution needs to be affordable, non-invasive, and accurate.